Pininfarina Battista: $2.4m, 1,900bhp hyper-EV driven on road and track | Top Gear
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Pininfarina Battista: $2.4m, 1,900bhp hyper-EV driven on road and track

Published: 20 Oct 2021
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Welcome to the Rimac Nevera's sibling... and the most powerful Italian supercar ever constructed. The Pininfarina Battista - named after founder Battista 'Pinin' Farina - is an all-electric hyper-GT kicking out 1,874bhp and 1,696lb ft of torque.

Want a few more mind-meltingly alarming numbers? It'll do 0-62mph in less than two seconds, 0-186mph in under 12, and top out at 217mph. Very Not Slow, you'll agree. TG's Jack Rix finds out just how Not Slow it is. In Miami.

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